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Cibolo Camps

Encourage your child’s sense of adventure and creativity at Cibolo Nature & Art Camp.

Our nature and art camps will inspire a deep connection to nature while learning and exploring the 160 acres of the Cibolo Nature Center and Herff Farm.

Keep checking here for updates on Spring Break Camp and Summer Camp.

To learn more about our Cibolo Camps or Outdoor Learning programs

Please contact or call 830-249-4616.

The Cibolo Nature Camp Experience

We believe that nature provides the perfect setting for your child to discover their inner scientist, wild thing, chemist, or writer.  Whatever your camper dreams of being, we would love to help foster their connection to nature to help them find their path! Nature camp combines outdoor recreation, science-based experiments, and adventure to keep your camper creating and learning throughout the summer. 

Our camp community is strong, and we are forging lifelong friendships at Cibolo Camps!  Many of our Camp Leaders grew up attending camps at the Cibolo.  We want to foster leadership, friendship and community in our camps so that your campers will grow up strong, confident and comfortable in nature.

Nature Camp Activities

  • Archery
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Shelter-building
  • Tie-dying
  • Scavenger Hunts
  • Animal Presentations
  • Growing Microgreens and Mushrooms
  • And more!

The Cibolo Art Camp Experience

We believe nature is the greatest inspiration.  Art Camp combines outdoor recreation, nature-based art projects, and adventure to keep your camper creating and learning throughout the summer.  Our art camp is taught by experienced artists and teachers that use nature as their guide!  Sign up for one week, or eight of our themed art camp weeks.

Themed weeks include Weaving Wonderland, Upcycled Art, and Found in Nature.  They will use nature as their canvas, their medium and their inspiration through a wide variety of artistic techniques.  Art Camp also includes plenty of time exploring outside, including swimming in the Cibolo Creek.

Art Camp Activities

  • Weaving
  • Photography
  • Making wind-chimes
  • Natural dyes
  • Found-materials art
  • Sketching in nature
  • And more!

More Information

What ages do Cibolo Camps serve?

Camps serve ages 5-12. Teenagers are welcome to apply to be a Counselor-in-Training volunteer or a paid Camp Counselor.

Can I sign up for multiple weeks?

Yes! You have to sign up for each week individually, but you can sign up for all 8 weeks if you’d like.